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LOC443086  -  enolase

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High impact information on LOC443086

  • Changes in ovine pineal gland neuron-specific enolase immunoreactivity following bilateral, but not unilateral, superior cervical ganglionectomy [1].
  • Pineal gland tissue from control and from unilaterally or bilaterally superior cervical ganglionectomized (SCGX) sheep was found to contain neuron-specific enolase immunoreactive cells and nerve fibers [1].
  • Immunolabelling with the nerve fibre markers PgP 9.5 and neuron-specific enolase and the satellite cell marker glial fibrillary acidic protein revealed the extensive ganglionated networks of the myenteric and submucosal plexi [2].
  • Co-localization of neuron-specific enolase-like and kallikrein-like immunoreactivity in ductal and tubular epithelium of sheep salivary gland and kidney [3].
  • Neuron-specific enolase-like and kallikrein-like immunoreactivity was found to be co-localized in the ductal elements of the submandibular gland and in the more distal portions of the nephron in the kidney of newborn lambs [3].

Anatomical context of LOC443086


Associations of LOC443086 with chemical compounds


Other interactions of LOC443086

  • The neoplastic cells were positive for neuron-specific enolase, synaptophysin and vimentin [7].


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